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News Notice
November 26, 2020
Looking Back Through Our Century: November 2016
In November 2016, Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba launched its first major public awareness campaign with a series of advertisements designed to position professional engineering and geoscience as vibrant, diverse, rewarding, ethical, and equitable careers. The campaign was also intended to help the public quickly grasp the incredible multitude of things that have been made smarter, safer, healthier, and better in their environment because a professional engineer or geoscientist had been involved. Learn more about the first media campaign and more recent ones by reading the news story.
2021 Renewals Available Online
Have you renewed yet? The 2021 renewal period is now open. Log in to your online profile to renew online. Further information about the renewal process can be found on our website.
Manitoba Takes First Delivery of Locally Made N95 Respirators
Made by Winnipeg-based Precision ADM, the respirators are the first to be delivered under a contract signed with the province to provide an initial order of 500,000 N95-grade respirators for the health-care industry. Learn more by reading the CBC News story.
Engineers Canada Awards Nominations Open
Engineers Canada is now accepting nominations for its awards program. The deadline for completed packages is January 15, 2021. Nominations may be submitted by the nominee or their supporters. Learn more by visiting the Engineers Canada website.
Professional Development Opportunities
Winning AEC Interviews: Live, Virtual, or Hybrid - December 2, 2020
This webinar offered by the Professional Liability Agents Network (PLAN) and presented by Dean Lincoln Hyers from SagePresence, will help you transform the ways you make connections with your prospects, clients, and team members when meeting virtually. For more information and to register, visit the event listing.
Sustainability in Practice - Registration closes on December 2, 2020
Registration closes soon for the free online Sustainability in Practice course offered by Engineers Canada and Polytechnique Montreal. The course will demonstrate the practical application of sustainable development and environmental stewardship principles for engineers. For more information and to register, visit the Engineers Canada website.
The EDIG Conference - December 14-16, 2020
The Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in Geoscience (EDIG) Conference will run over two days, with three sessions and a workshop focusing on unconscious bias. Learn more and register for this free virtual conference via their event listing.
Looking for more online training opportunities? Click here to access a full listing of training delivered online.